Heather Locklear won't have to dig deep for her next role. She'll be playing a famous actress.
The former Melrose Place star has landed a lead role in CBS' sitcom pilot, The Assistants, according to Deadline. She'll play Ali, a big-name actress whose emotional problems and insecurities may have led to her success.
A producer for Charlie Sheen's Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option tour is revealing details about the upcoming event.
Joey Scoleri says the 21-date tour will feature monologues that will range from "hysterically funny to dark to very thought provoking," E! reports. Sheen won't be using professional writers, however, instead relying on whatever comes to mind (as the actor has done for his Web series Sheen's Korner).
Ginnifer Goodwin is officially changing her name to... Ginnifer.
Turns out the Big Love star was born actually born "Jennifer Michelle Goodwin." She now wants to make her professional name, "Ginnifer," the real deal, TMZ reports.
Grant Show will be heading to Miami as a recurring guest star on USA's Burn Notice, EW reports.
Show will play a CIA operative named Max opposite Jeffrey Donovan's Michael Westen. He'll appear in the fifth season premiere, titled "Company Man," as well as in two more episodes.
Rebecca Black has made peace with the backlash from her song-turned-Web phenomenon "Friday" — but not before she cried.
In an interview with Good Morning America on Friday, the 13-year-old said that she's been cyberbullied. One commenter wrote her with, "I hope you cut yourself and I hope you get an eating disorder so you'll look pretty. I hope you cut and die."
Anyone who doubted that Friday Night Lights star Adrianne Palicki could fill Wonder Woman's bustier and boots can now judge for themselves.
NBC on Friday released the first image of Palicki in costume for the Wonder Woman reboot. In February, she was confirmed to play the DC Comics hero -- along with alter egos Diana Prince and Themyscira Industries C.E.O. Diana Themyscira.
Justin Burrell #24 and Paris Horne #23 of the St. John's Red Storm fight for position against Robert Sacre #00 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs - March 17, 2011
The first day of March Madness drew the highest ratings for the NCAA basketball championships in 20 years, according to CBS Sports and Turner Sports.
The games — broadcast on CBS, TNT, TruTV and TBS — earned a combined 5.7 overnight rating, the highest since 1991 and up 24 percent from last year's debut.
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Raising Hope has always been good at striking the perfect balance between gross-out, over-the-top humor and those warm, fuzzy moments that make it a distinctive family comedy. Thursday's PaleyFest panel for the freshman Fox comedy was no different: It provided a mix of big laughs and heartfelt stories about the cast members' lives before the show and their encounter with its biggest fans. From the cast member that almost didn't make the show to the long-term plan for baby Hope, here are the night's six most surprising revelations:
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